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    Porsche 935 Engine Newly Rebuilt
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By: pete917
Date: 10-07-17
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I like ot lturn9.  Its definetly jewelry!  Expensive jewelry :)



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By: Porka
Date: 28-11-14
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Why is it a Porsche engine looks so damn awesome.


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Reply by: lturn9
Date: 09-07-17
 
 


They look like jewelry for guys! (Girls too I guess)



By: pete917
Date: 05-07-11
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Let's see some more engines Dave....



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Reply by: DaveLee
Date: 05-07-11
 
 


Hi Pete. Another pic added! Perhaps a non turbo engine next!!!



Date: 27-05-11
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What a monster that looks with its twin turbo's sitting low at the back...



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Reply by: DaveLee
Date: 27-05-11
 
 


It looks good in the car too! The weight of those turbos hanging off the back of the engine give the engine building stand a run for its money though. I'm sure I heard it give a sigh of relief when I took the engine off it!



By: pete917
Date: 02-05-11
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You've started something here Dave I think we need lots more Porsche engine pics to satisfy our thirst



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By: flat6
Date: 29-04-11
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I think it looks fantastic. It's nice to know there are talented people around who can put these engines together. I look forward to seeing more pics. Great work.



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Reply by: DaveLee
Date: 29-04-11
 
 


Thanks for your kind words. Although I've built countless Porsche road car engines over the years, it was a massive learning curve when I got lucky enough to start building these amazing engines. I'm lucky that there are a few people out there who are prepared to pass on their knowledge so that these cars can still be seen running, hopefully for many years to come. It would be such a shame if they just become museum exhibits in the future!



Date: 29-04-11
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Wow. What an engine. I've seen plenty of pics of the Porsche 935 but never the engine. Amazing. Thankyou for sharing.



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Reply by: DaveLee
Date: 29-04-11
 
 


Thanks for your message. I'm glad you like it. It's good to know I'm not the only one who likes these things! I'll try and add some pics of other engines I've built soon.



Date: 24-04-11
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That truely is a work of art. You often see te 935 but never the engine - There's a few pics I saw here: www.p101tv.com/view-image/498/porsche-935. What a monster at 750bhp. Now we know they look good on the outside and the inside. What mods are made to the bottom end over a stock 3.2 to coope with all that power?



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Reply by: DaveLee
Date: 24-04-11
 
 


The crankcase is basically a modified stock Turbo item (the SC case is essentially the same but with smaller oil splash valves), along with the crankshaft. They have modified oil pumps and titanium rods, but it does demonstrate how strong the basic 911 engine is!



By: nine
Date: 22-04-11
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What an amazing looking engine. Why is the cooling fan upright like that as apposed to the horrizontal configuration of the street 911's? That's an amazing amount of power for the engine. Is it all turbo?



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Reply by: DaveLee
Date: 23-04-11
 
 


Hello there. Porsche used this type of fan for a lot of their race engines. I think it was probably because it gave a more even cooling effect over all 6 cylinders. It has twin K27 turbos. It can run 1.4 bar boost, hence the high power available. The last one I built gave 600 bhp at just 1 bar boost, but as it is not being raced it was decided not to take it any higher!



By: pete917
Date: 21-04-11
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Hi Dave - Now that's what I call an engine! What is the spec of this one? Thanks for sharing this - looks awesome.



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Reply by: DaveLee
Date: 22-04-11
 
 


Hi Pete. 3.2 litre version, should be good for 700 to 750bhp. It is running now, and hope to get on the dyno soon!




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